Although the variability of the happiness set point is currently undergoing more research, Lyubomirsky cites studies that indicate the set point is responsible for 50% of your overall happiness.
What makes you happy?
Money? The newest iPhone? The good health of your family? A promotion at work?
Some interesting work by University of California, Riverside researcher Sonja Lyubomirsky not only suggests where our happiness comes from, but shows how to get more of it.
Pieces of the happiness pie
Dr. Lyubomirsky proposes that there are three components to happiness:A genetically-based “happiness set point”Life circumstancesIntentional activities and practices.She has broken these three areas into percentages regarding how much they are responsible for your happiness.
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